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castable

[′ka·stə·bəl]
(materials)
A refractory aggregate mixed with a bonding agent such as aluminous hydraulic cement which, with addition of water, will develop structural strength and set in a mold.
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We had the opportunity for some hands-on with one of these recently, the "Deeper" castable sonar.
The availability of the full range of products offers significant benefits, as walls and floors can be lined with the Morflo castable material, while roofs can be gunned with the complementary Higun material.
When Castable Ceramics was started four years later, he was a high school freshman who'd been around dental offices and laboratories for most of his life, doing odd jobs while learning the business.
The newly developed Kaolite 2000-LI castable from Thermal Ceramics meets both the strength and thermal properties needed for high performance linings.
A black, non-shrinking, castable liquid, Cable Cast FR is said to form rigid yet flexible rubber parts for a variety of OEM applications, according to the company.
Airthane TDI PUR prepolymers for castable elastomers.
4,4'-Methylenebis (2-chloroaniline) (MBOCA) is used as a curing agent in industries that primarily produce castable polyurethane parts; thus, occupational exposure may occur during the manufacturing processes in these industries [Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) 1994].
It will hold leading positions in high-value specialty chemical niche businesses including plastics additives, petroleum additives, flame retardants, pool chemicals, castable urethanes and crop protection chemicals.
So they're using a castable polyurethane to produce diesets for some 300 replacement parts for the cars.
Crompton Corporation's Elmira production facility also produces rubber chemicals, plastics additives, castable urethane prepolymers, and crop protection chemicals.
Specifically, Flexane compounds are castable, non-shrinking, 2-component liquid urethanes that are easily mixed and poured, and cure at room temperature.